Settling disputes for local people and firms,
where they control the outcome,
saving time and money
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Why mediate ?
By agreeing to mediate the parties involved in the dispute agree
1) to appoint a mediator who will control the process .
2) agree to attend the mediation
3) that the mediation will be confidential
4) that the documents produced and what is said at the mediation cannot be used in the case.
5) that the parties attend the mediation on voluntary basis .and can leave the mediation at any time.
6) that nothing is binding until the settlement agreement is signed by the parties to the dispute at the end of the mediation
My role as mediator is to help the parties resolve their dispute. I do not act as a judge nor do I take sides. I give both parties an equal chance to discuss their case .
My experience is that 70% of mediations result in a settlement and is your best opportunity to resolve your dispute under your control
What is Mediation?
Mediation is a voluntary process in which the parties involved in a dispute meet ona without prejudice basis. This means that everything that is discussed at the mediation cannot be used in the case. What is discussed is also confidential.
The parties appoint a mediator who’s role is to find a solution for both parties. His role is not judgemental.
The courts today encourage parties to mediate. Mediating soon after a dispute has started can save legal costs.